"It's a bit like pushing a boulder up a hill," says London store owner Samantha Wallace.
There are only 800 companies who have one, and it takes some effort to get it.
It’s an industry that, in 2019, contributed nearly $200 billion to the U.K.’s economy, and supported nearly a million jobs.
Blackeyed Theatre, a touring group, on how the company weathered COVID-19 and the worst financial crisis in its history.
Across Europe, e-grocery is booming. Companies that successfully pivoted want to hold onto this new slice of business.
A year into the pandemic, statisticians are recalibrating the algorithms and metrics that measure how healthy our economies are.
Roopam Carroll runs a day care center in Nottingham, England. She explains how caregivers enable other kinds of work.
Some fear that Britain’s massive state intervention to combat the economic effects of the pandemic could stifle the country’s entrepreneurial spirit.
A wide variety of manufacturers have joined the race to end the shortage of ventilators in the U.K.